The September 2008 Financial Crisis: A Legal Retrospective , September 21, 2018, Washington, DC

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The offices of Arnold & Porter 601 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

This program highlights the legal and policy issues that were presented during the events of the September 2008 financial crisis from the legal perspective of the attorneys working to find creative solutions to these issues.

ABOUT THE CENTER FOR BANKING AND FINANCE

The Center for Banking and Finance was established at the UNC School of Law on July 1, 2000.  The mission of the Center for Banking and Finance is to play a leadership role in the continual evolution of the financial services industry by studying the legal and policy issues related to banking and finance, advancing the teaching of banking and finance (including the professional development of law students interested in careers in banking and finance), and sponsoring conferences for banking industry professionals. 

LOGISTICS AND REGISTRATION

Registration will open July 12 and will be $175 for registrations on or before August 10.  After August 10, registration will be $250.  Registration will close by 5:00 p.m. on September 17, or earlier if the program fills up.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

CLE CREDIT

North Carolina CLE credit will be 6.5 credit hours.

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